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Community Billboard 21st of March – 28th of March

City of Sydney

This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the

future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected

SafARI x Kudos Gallery launch

Join us for our exhibition opening night.

Showing work by:

Anna Madeleine (ACT), Tamara Kohler (VIC), Sarah Poulgrain and Llewellyn Millhouse (QLD), Undrawing the Line (NSW), Megan Clune and Angela Goh (Tiger Tiger) (NSW).


Megan Hales’ advertising scooter Two to Toot.


Akira and Nathan Lasker’s No Two Ways in restrooms.

SafARI 2016 is proudly supported by Creative City Sydney, Young Henry’s, Beloka Water and Chaffey Bros Wine Co.

Kudos will be open from 11am-5pm Wednseday to Saturday, 22 March until 2 April 2016.

WHEN: Tuesday 22 March 2016 from 5pm to 7pm

WHERE: 6 Napier St, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia - Kudos Gallery


Urban Offbeat

Urban Yoga is set to challenge everything you thought you knew about the practice, and bring yoga into the 21st century when it teams up with local DJ Demi Bryant for Urban Offbeat.

Forget the typical yoga soundtrack, you’ll be transitioning from lotus to downward dog to the propulsive sounds of deep house. This combined with a larger than life screen projecting synchronised visuals makes Urban Offbeat a multisensory experience that looks, feels and sounds better.

Urban Yoga is a multisensory experience, where all elements are of equal importance. The music, the visuals and the poses are designed to transport you from the mat and your mind so you can disconnect from the urban world and reconnect with yourself.

WHEN: Wednesday 23 March 2016 from 7.30pm to 9pm

WHERE: ​401/409 Cleveland St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia

COST: Adult: $45.00

Queen Bette

This one-woman show retraces the remarkable steps of a true movie legend, from fledgling stage actress via an unrivalled glittering movie career that also saw her battling the studios in an unprecedented attempt to gain independence as an artist.

In an intimate cabaret style, Queen Bette follows her incredible life and makes reference to many of her most famous screen roles – in particular her fascination with Queen Elizabeth I (whom she played twice in 2 different movies). Davis fought hard all her life, had 4 husbands, 2 Oscars and a reputation as the biggest bitch in Hollywood. Queen Bette tells the whole story.

Acclaimed actress Jeanette Cronin (Holding the Man, The Boys, Parramatta Girls, Dark Voyager) returns to the role she was born to play.

WHEN: Tuesday 22 March to Friday 8 April 2016

WHERE: 5 Eliza St, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
Old 505 Theatre

COST: Concession and preview: $25.00
Adults: $35.00

Harrington Street Gallery exhibition

The Harrington Street Gallery invites you and your friends to the opening of an exhibition of paintings.

Works by Carla Doherty, Jerry Doherty and Jennifer Jungheim.

The exhibition opens on Tuesday 22 March and closes Sunday 17 April.

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm.

WHEN: Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 4pm
Tuesday 22 March to Sunday 17 April 2016

WHERE: 17 Meagher St, Chippendale NSW 2008, Australia


Trailblazers Talks: The unsung trailblazers of astronomy

Sick of all this dreery weather? Well, what a better way to celebrate the parting of the clouds then by checking out the beautiful night sky! In an entertaining and fully-illustrated talk, astronomer Fred Watson selects just a few of astronomy’s largely unknown trailblazers for some long overdue recognition.

Stargazing add-on event
City Under the Stars
Join us after the talk for an exclusive stargazing opportunity with Fred Watson and Marnie Ogg from Sydney Observatory on the Australian Museum terrace.

Time: 8.15pm – 9.30pm
Cost: $15 for everyone (after entry to the Trailblazers Talk)
Inclusions: Tea, coffee and access to the telescopes that will be set up on the rooftop terrace

Trailblazers Talks, presented by Australian Geographic, brings together Australia’s greatest living explorers for a series of inspirational events. The 21-week series will be held on Thursday evenings at the Australian Museum from 25 February – 14 July 2016.

WHEN: Thursday 24 March 2016 from 6pm to 9.30pm
The lecture runs until 8:00pm. The Stargazing Add-on Event will continue untill 9:30pm.

WHERE: Australian Museum
6 College Street, Sydney
Enter through Crystal Hall at College Street.

COST: Australian Museum Member: $25.00
Australian Geographic Subscriber: $25.00
General Public: $35.00
Stargazing Add-on Event: $15.00

Annual Good Friday Feast

the long weekend is fast approaching and don't worry if you don't have anything planned, the guys over at the soda factory have some good times planned for you!

Let’s drink, dine and dance the Easter long weekend away! Grab your mates and start the weekend with $5 gourmet hot dogs available and complimentary sides going with them. You won’t be disappointed! Doors open at 5pm!

To book a table or organise a guest list, please contact the soda factory directly.

WHEN: Friday 25 March 2016 from 5pm to 12am

WHERE: 16 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia - The Soda Factory


The great Easter egg hunt

If you find yourself with not a lot to do this easter, or just haven't found the time to plan anything then how about Joining this fun and engaging Easter quest, egg and spoon obstacle course, Easter egg ring toss and more!?

The GREAT Easter Egg hunt is back for another year of Egg-tastic easter fun!

Children will follow the trail map, complete the activities and be rewarded with delicious Darrell Lea chocolate, our sponsor for this year.

This event sold out last year so get your tickets quickly!

WHEN: Saturday 26 March 2016 from 9.30am to 3pm
Sunday 27 March 2016 from 9.30am to 3pm

WHERE: Centennial Park Grand Drive, Centennial Park

COST:Per child: $17.00

In conversation: Embassy of Disappearance

Artists Lee Mingwei, Jamie North and others exhibiting at the Embassy of Disappearance discuss themes of absence, memory, and the economic realities of a world marked by rapid change and neoliberalist agendas.

While disappearance is often keenly felt as loss – from extinct languages, to fading histories and vanishing landscapes – this discussion tests the idea that disappearance might also have a more positive and generative power.

WHEN: Thursday 24 March 2016 from 11am to 12pm

WHERE: Carriageworks - 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh (Bay 20)


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